Court Interpreter/Translator for Russian Language
Russian belongs to Indo-European Balto-Slavic languages and with about 160 million of people who speak Russian as their mother tongue - Russian language occupies the 7th place in the world. In 1999 Russian language was declared as one of the most influential languages in the world. It is believed that even since the time before Christ, Proto-Balto-Slavic language separated from Indo-European languages and later was formed. Three subgroups of Slavic languages originated from Proto-Slavic language - Eastern, Western and Southern subgroups.
Modern Russian language developed from East Slavic languages between the14th and the 15th century. Later several more specific dialects developed - Northern Russian, Central Russian and Southern Russian, but there are many dialects which vary even from city to city. Russian language is written in Russian Cyrillic alphabet and the standardized Russian is based on the Moscow dialect. It is regulated by the V.V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
We have full-time court interpreters for Russian language in our team and therefore we can always respond to your needs quickly and translate and certify documents for which the stamp of a Russian language court interpreter is necessary.
Our court interpreters for Russian language are at your disposal when you need:
- Translation by court interpreters for Russian language
- Fieldwork in cases when the presence of a court interpreter for Russian language is necessary, as well as any other forms of verbal translation.
- Certification of already translated texts
- Editing and proofreading of Russian texts
We also offer:
- Translation from Russian into Serbian
- Translation from Serbian into Russian
- Translation from Russian into other foreign languages
- Translation from other foreign languages into Russian